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begin tonight with a political fail heard around the world. just before the election dick morris, former political guru to bill clinton, predicted a landslide victory for mitt romney. a landslide. well, we all know how that turned out. dick morris, how are you? >> well, i'm a little battered and bleeding, but -- >> before we go any further, let's watch a bit of the moment you never want to relive. this is one of your great predictions. >> going to win by a landslide. the -- it will be the biggest surprise in recent american political history. it will rekindle a whole question as to why the media played this race as a nail-biter where in fact i think romney's going to win by quite a bit. my own view is that romney is going to carry 325 electoral votes. >> i mean, look, to be honest with you, i feel painful listening to that. god knows how you feel. i mean, with hindsight, were you bluffing? did you believe this? or is there any rational explanation for why you got it so wrong? >> oh, i absolutely believed it. and so did a lot of people. rasmussen and gallup both predicted a romney victory
sources." >>> it may be just a small sign of change on the right, but fox news just dumped dick morris. the political pundit who loudly predicted, no, insisted, that mitt romney was going to wallop barack obama. >> i think that i was wrong at the top of my lungs. maybe i'm being made a poster child for that. but -- >> do you resent the decision? >> look, fox has given me the opportunity of a lifetime. 15 years, 3,000 interviews, and at some point a great marriage has to come to an end. >> is this part of fox news and the republican party softening their image? and is the press covering that fairly? >>> senator robert menendez denounces a conservative website that published unsubstantiated allegations about him and underage prostitutes. should the media touch that story without proof? >>> we're talking about chris christie' weight again. and you know who i blame? chris christie. >> i'm basically the healthiest fat guy you've ever seen in your life. >> now the governor is mad that others are weighing in on television. >>> plus, more friends taking long vacations from america's most popul
running back alfred morris on radio row this morning. let's take a look at this video. alfred morris was working at a lemonaid stand with one of his sponsors. he was working with underprivileged kids here in new orleans. they were selling lemonaid. trying to teach them how to be businessmen. watch this, this should be a sure fire sell, right? tony dungy. now an analyst for nbc. no idea who alfred morris is. tony dungy, no idea. he's the second-leading rusher in the nfl. i thought that was going to be a sale for sure, man. i guess tony didn't know who i was. you know what, i don't blame tony. he doesn't live in washington, d.c. he's probably never seen alfred morris without his helmet on before, but it was quite a sight to see tony dungy see who the nfl second leading rusher was today. >> i bet he knows now. >> i think so. >> want to mak >> finally tonight, the story of real life superhero. they're window washers dressed up in capes and masks to work outside a children's hospital in south carolina. kids could see superman and batman and spider man and mr. incredible all scaling the bu
does nickel back. it doesn't make it right dick morris was dumped by fox news, now he's looking for other fields he could be wrong about everything. maybe president obama's cabinet. and someone pulled up up up in chuck e. cheese where someone had a gun. no ones with hurt. they hated the pizza. it's the birthday of late bob marley. the living rick, and the 55th birth date of axl rose who is probably starting a concert several hours late. this is "viewpoint." [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> john: good evening i'm john fugelsang. thank you so much for joining us this evening. coming up, renewing the violence against women act should not be a political issue but some how it is. the reverend pat robertson embraces his inner homophobe again. first, president obama met senate democrats for a private strategy session in annapolis maryland, today. the topics were sure to include the president's legislative agenda including gun control measures that would ban assault weapons and high-capacity ammo clips. senators who are afraid of the nra or to be polite, concerned over the impact that legisla
alfred morris. he becomes the first redskins to win this award. runningback, mike thomas did it in 1975. now griffin set numerous records, including rookie rushing yards for 815. he talked about this big-time award. >> well, it's truly a blessing to be up here and be able to stand first and foremost, you know, i had a tough injury at the end of the season. thank our coaches and thank our players. going to give a hand clap for alfred morris who is up for this award. you know, all the competition in this award was extremely good and it seems like i wouldn't know, you can ask drew. the league is in good hands with the young quarterbacks. but closing, i want to say, sometimes it's not what you get for your team, it's what you are willing to give for them. thank you, guys. >>
has fired dick morris! is it time to celebrate? congratulate fox news? >> announcer: this is the "bill press show." arguments to feel confident in their positions. i want them to have the data and i want them to have the passion. but it's also about telling them, you're put on this planet for something more. i want this show to have an impact beyond just informing. an impact that gets people to take action themselves. as a human being, that's really important. this is not just a spectator sport. i think the number one thing that viewers like about the young turks is that we're honest. they can question whether i'm right, but i think that the audience gets that this guy, to the best of his ability, is trying to look out for us. >> announcer: heard around the country and seen on current tv this is the "bill press show." >> bill: all right. you got it. 12 minutes now before the top of the hour here. underway with the "full court press" this thursday, february 7. well network a lot of cleaning house going on in the cable networks. including cleaning -- everybody at current tv cleaned
hour. democratic strategist, a former clinton adviser. dick morris, co-author of "here come the black helicopters" and returning star parker founding president of urban renewal and education. welcome. dick morris, explain to me this. detainees being pushed out. the world is going to hell in a handbag. the military can't function. kids won't eat, they won't be able to go to school. what is obama thinking he's accomplishing with all this gloom and doom. >> he knows he'll lose the sequester fight because congress does better than nothing any other institution on earth. the sequester takes effect. the reason he's making a big fight or sequester he knows his $300 billion of tax increases are going to mess up the economy. he knows that your optimistic projections are not going to happen because of his tax policies. so what he's doing is inventing this boogieman, 85 billion of sequester. it won't be 300 billion of taxes or 200 on payroll or 70 on rich or capital gains. 85 million of cuts. >> spending terms 45, less than that. so small, it's so small it is one quarter of 1% of gdp. so you're
>>> who's sorry now. he predicted a romney landslide. oops. now, dick morris is here, in his post fox interview to talk about where he and the gop went so badly wrong. >>> plus, stars target guns, celebrities storm capitol hill. no one knows the tragedy of gun violence than kerry kennedy. >> i was 4 years old when my uncle was gunned down. i was 8 years old when my father too was gunned down. >> it's time to turn down the rhetoric. >>> on the eve of the grammys, kanye west. >> kanye rapping his entire album to me just like we're sitting here. >> this is piers morgan tonight. >>> good evening. tony bennet is speaking out on gun control. we have a big conversation on gun control in our country. kerry kennedy talking about losing her father to gun violence. an emotional moment from joe biden talking about gun control in virginia today. >> the image of those beautiful young children, six and seven years old. literally riddled with bullet holes, lying in their classroom. all of us 54 days ago watching those families, only imagining we could be in the same spot and panic running around
in the rewrite, the new standards at "fox news" tonight's firing of dick morris seems to indicate that it is no longer cool for fox news pundits to just be wrong about everything. >>> and malala yousufzai speaks, she has made her first speaking videos since she was shot by the taliban. and she has been nominated for a nobel prize. all of that is coming up. etting rid of dark spots will restore even skin tone? think again. introducing olay professional even skin tone. developed by experts in skin genomics to target 5 major causes of uneven skin tone and help restore even color. olay professional even skin tone. this is why we do this! freedom! the open road! no doubt! and progressive has great coverage and policies starting at just $95 a year. i dig that! most bikers do -- that's why progressive is number one! whoo! whoo! let's renew up. yeah, that sounds good, man. do i have any bugs in my teeth? no, you're good. number one in motorcycle insurance. now, that's progressive. campbell's has 24 new soups that will make it drop over, and over again. ♪ from jammin' jerk chicken, to cr
shareholders in the copper mine was a certain william morris. he gave his shares to his son, william morris, jr. he made the equivalent of £7 million a year in profits from the mine, and also, pioneered the arts and crafts movement. morwellham quay shipped over 700,000 tons of copper to be turned into guns, pots and pans, even money. the vast wealth generated by copper made morwellham quay the busiest port in britain. by the 1870's, when the supply of copper was becoming exhausted, a rich supply of arsenic was found in the same mine which william morris continued to benefit from, not just financially. he used it in his wallpapers and paints. the whole of the area was granted world heritage status in 2006, preserving this victorian industrial enterprise at morwellham quay. what a magnificent setting for today's roadshow. let's see what our experts have in store for us. how fitting to have a picture like this. classic devon landscape river scene with thatched cottages. in fact, i can almost taste the clotted cream from here. absolutely wonderful. so where do you hang this at home, and have you g
and morris reid of gbr group. good to see you both. >> hey, alex. >> tony, on the deficit, guns, immigration, climate change, the president's plans all have a really comfortable lead there. the republicans talked a lot about learning lessons from the elections and evolving their policies. has anything really changed? >> it's not about how issues poll, alex. if we had based it solely on polling, obama care never would have gotten done, right? we still have to search for a poll that would show the majority of americans anywhere that supported the president's plan on health care reform. so the real test of a president and his team is how can they build coalitions in congress to get done the things that they want to get done. and we're not seeing a lot of success in that right now with the president on the sequester, certainly not on climate change. and a lot of questions as to whether he's going to be able to be effective doing it on immigration reform. i'd love to see us get immigration reform done. i'm more pro immigration than the president. i want to see a plan get done, but he doesn't make
in town and morris candy which was established in 1919 from a cub scout project and named one of america's best. >> are either one on you into dark chocolate at all? . >> no. >> do you like dark chocolate? yeah. >> so who doesn't want to be a tv star and taste chocolate for us? first taster up, jen adams. >> jen knew what she liked right away. she wanted to distance the chocolate from the cream inside. a true chocolate professional. next up, sharon with christopher, mad lynn and ryely. >> that one. >> that one because it has a little something in the middle. >> yeah. >> what about you? . >> you could tell lindsey loves chocolate and could do this all day. >> caramel. >> why. >> because it tastes the sgles marissa, what do you think? . >> i like that one the best. >> all right, michael, step up. . >> one, two, three. >> think you're getting the best? . >> this one is probably like in between. >> just for the chocolate and not filling this is the best. >> so we're completely split on this. finally we brought the big guns in. meet the chef, joe cotton. we know what we he
a valuable lesson. >> london fletcher and alfred morris are taken the helmets off and coaching the troops. i offered morris currently playing the online educational game right now with a group still drives a 1991 mazda. he says even when you have a lot of money, you have to know how to budget it. >> and to make sure they are setting themselves up right for their future. >> john gonzalez, abc7 news. >> some good news for the washington nationals clubhouse today. a new report from espn seems to clear pitcher gio gonzales of wrongdoing when it comes to using performance enhancing drugs. they say he did not receive ped's from miami clinic at the center of the scandal. a document obtained by the sports network said gonzales got weight loss substances, but they are not banned by major league baseball. >> someone in mount airy maryland, is the areas near -- new was millionaire. winning the power ball from last night's drawing sold on lakeview drive in mount airy. no word on who the winner is yet. this is the day millions have been waiting for. robin roberts made a return to "good morning america."
. >>> back at 8:11. coincidence of karma. tyler and mary morris are millionaires this morning and they went to a dear friend's memorial service and ended up at the end of the day winning $7.2 million at his favorite penny slot machine. quite a story. mr. and mrs. morris, good morning to you. >> good morning, savannah. >> i know this is bittersweet and your friend, max anderson had been your friend 40 years and you went fishing and to the casino and i guess you did so in honor of his memorial service. tell us how this happened that you played this penny slot machine? >> i was playing craps at the palace. i looked around and my wife was playing the slot machine and she was behind me. the next time i looked she was gone. but then i felt like somebody was watching over my shoulder. i thought she wanted to leave and every time i looked, i kept looking at the same slot machine. about five minutes later, i got the same feeling and i turned around and looked and all i saw was the same slot machine. and my friend always played penny slot machines. i decided i would play the slot machine, which i har
in federal spending cuts just days away, we talk with congresswoman cathy mcmorris rodgers. >> susie: and the man who founded barnes and noble wants to buy his bookstores back, but he has no interest in the company's electronic book reader b&n's nook business. >> tom: that and more tonight on "n.b.r."! >> susie: a sharp sell off on wall street today, as stocks suffered their biggest drop since november. italian and american politics put investors in a sour mood. behind the selling: a strong showing in italy's elections by groups opposed to economic reform, on top of that, u.s. equities face a looming friday deadline for massive government budget cuts, known as "sequestration." the dow tumbled 216 points, the nasdaq fell nearly 46, and the s&p 500 lost 28 points. while there's been much talk of a correction in the stock market, sequestration may not be the catalyst. suzanne pratt reports. >> reporter: it is widely accepted on wall street that sequestration is coming. and, with it a new reason for the fragile u.s. economy to sputter. but, what will the first phase of billions of dollar
joins us out side. father morris, can you hear me? >> i can hear you fine, thank you, heather. good morning to patti ann as well. >> good morning to you. explain to us what the scene is like there today as you are experiencing? >> i just stepped away from saint peters square where there are thousands and thousands of people packed in to watch pope benedict xvi and also to listen to his last words. this is his last major event. people will be listening closely to his words. whether or not he will give some direction to the cardinals, some direction to the church, some direction as to where we need to go. in his last public appearance on sunday from his balcony he prayed what is called the angeles prayer. he explained what he was about to do. just like jesus went to the mountain to be transfigured before he went to his own suffering and death, he went up to the mountain to pray. i feel that god is calling me to go to the mountain to pray. in other words, to go into retreat. i am not abandoning the church, what i am doing is serving the church in a different way. we will see if today h
morris admits he was wrong at the top of his lungs last november. that's fine, but was he really wrong in predicting a romney landslide or did he know what was coming and decide that's what fox viewers wanted to hear? >>> we begin with the debate over the drones. robin wright is a scholar at the woodrow wilson center. "newsweek's" dan klaidman is the author of "kill or capture." john brennan's confirmation hearing this afternoon started out with some fireworks. anti-war protesters interrupted the proceedings five times accusing the cia of causing huge amounts of collateral damage with drone strikes. the committee's chair, dianne feinstein, eventually cleared the room. later, brennan cited the protesters when he addressed what he called a misperception about the goal of the drone strikes. let's listen. >> i think there is a misimpression on the part of some american people who believe that we take strikes to punish terrorists for past transgressions. nothing could be further from the truth. we only take such actions as a last resort to save lives when there's no other alternative to tak
saltsman and democratic strategist morris reed. good morning, guys. >> good morning. >> morris, texas republican ted cruz is among 15 senators asking the president to dump chuck hagel. part of what he said in his statement, in the last 50 years no other secretary of defense has been confirmed with more than three members voting against him and in the entire history of the position no one has been confirmed with more than 11 no votes. will chuck hagel be damaged as defense secretary if there are 15 or more no votes? >> absolutely not. i appreciate the history lesson that the senator has given us but he should also take and find out what is going on in the senate. it would be more helpful for him to work on fixing the senate than working on the selection of the president of the united states. people need to understand, you serve at the pleasure of the president. so all of this uproar about chuck hagel and what he said and what he hasn't said does not matter. he works for president barack obama who is very clear on his policy as it relates to israel. >> chip, senator richard shelby joine
the dirksen building enjoins an important anti-communist investigator named robert morris robert morris' importance in the investigations of the 1950s was apparently so significant that whittaker chambers said to buckley in a letter from that time of morris really accomplished most of what joe mccarthy is credited with in terms of useful constructive anti-communist uncredited on the right. rusher was found more suicide subcommittee. he was the lawyer on that committee. mccarthy was still alive. he knew mccarthy and believed that he had been very freely railroaded by the liberal establishment, very much along the lines with stan evans later argued in his 2007, blacklisted by history. rusher in other words was a part, before he came to "national review," was part of a cadre of very hard and professional anti-communist. and that was what really got him into the conservative movement. that caused him to transition from generic republicanism, which included what i described to say just win baby attitude and there's something to be said for that. to an attitude of being willing to lose even a
lawyers forget% their site for man charged in the murder of the north carolina teenager. michael morris johnson is accused of killing felicia wearnes the 16-year-old was visiting relatives when she disappeared in d ecember 20-1/0. her body was found in the subsequent a river. there is no dna evidence linking their clients to the claim. >> a community in maryland is still morning after a tragic house fire. they killed two young sisters this week in myers spell. the willard family lost two of their daughters ages six and three to a fast-moving fire thursday night. >> it's a tight if someone needs help we are all together. it's great. if they're births or deaths in the family you name it we all come together. >> the community has raised $25,000 to help the family rebuilt after losing their loved ones in their home. their collection points over town for the family. we put information my fox bc.com for you. still no word on the cause. >> more accolades for robert griffin the third. the quarterback receives another award for his breakout of the season. we'll hear how he jokes about his knees
. at the top of the next hour, from talking points memo, evan mcmorris santoro and then frank rich from "new york" magazine. president obama today gets a briefing with the vice president -- i'm sorry, vice president is in europe. the president gets his briefing at 9:45 this morning. 11:00 this morning a big meeting with progressive and labor leaders on immigration reform. ben jealous from the naacp will be there. artie rodriguez, the president of the united farm workers. then this afternoon at 3:20, the president will be meeting with business leaders regarding his efforts to get some sensible budget and deficit reduction passed. jay carney has his press briefing today at 1:00. i'll be there. >> announcer: this is the "bill press show." pile good morning, everybody. welcome to the "full court press." we're coming to you live here on current tv from our tv radio book factory on capitol hill. right here in our nation's capital. good to see you this morning. thanks for joining us. lots to talk about. lots you're going to want to sound off about. give us a call at 1-866-55-press big lights out at
in the next hour. evan morris santoro with talking points memo will be here as a "friend of bill." but first -- >> this is the "full court press." >> other headlines making news, it is not off than the onion apologizes for satire. but the comedy web site did yesterday for a tweet during the oscars that called 9-year-old best actress nominee quvenzhanÉ wallis an offensive slur. they said the tweet was crude and inconsistent with the site's commitment to parody and satire. they're reviewing their twitter policy so something like that does not happen again. >> bill: they should have had some control -- there should be some quality control check before something goes out over the air right? >> i have no problem with the tweet. either get offended by everything or be offended by nothing. >> bill: even for the onion i think there are some lines. >> i'll say this. the same people that quote-unquote offend you today will be the same people that will make you die laughing tomorrow. so you might want to be careful about censoring. >> bill: i'll die laughing tomorrow. >> an iranian newspaper reporting
too hard. >> alfred morris. let's go to college basketball. all the george's played tonight -- george mason, a georgetown. they played tonight. do not call this a track game. >> it is a challenge for the team just to stay in the here and now. what is happening down the line -- that does not matter if you do not take care of the next game. all our energy is into getting ready. >> meanwhile they are driving their coach nats. who are these guys? the players who upset duke? or the guys who panicked? they went stone cold last night at boston college. all right, let's go to the nba. down 3. two seconds left. and bang. nets. let's go to overtime. joe johnson in. joe johnson wins it for the nets. and stephen strasbourg pitched at live batting practice. the opener will be saturday. golf fans -- the first round of the masters play championship in arizona suspended by snow. the white stuff. snowball fights broke out. temperatures tonight are expected to go into the 30's. they still believe they will play golf, somehow there tomorrow. here is the worst free-throw ever come up just by a nose. when
gersh. he spoke with one of the republican leaders in the u.s. house today. cathy mcmorris rogers. we began by asking whether the sequester will actually happen. >> i hope not. we'll see. march 1st is right around the corner. and what we need is for the president and the democratic senate to sit down and come up with a proposal to replace the sequester with a smarter approach to cutting the federal government. it's 2.4% over the next ten years. >> what is going to happen under the sequester and all the 50 states. and in your state, there will be a heavy impact on defense employees. 29,000 in your state. what are you going to tell those people when they're furloughed. >> i'm very concerned about the way sequestration disproportionately impacts the military, our national defense which is the priority within the federal government to protect the citizens. so there is a better way. and the republicans in the house have twice now passed legislation. we passed legislation six weeks ago. we passed a bill six months ago to replace the president's sequester cuts with smarter cuts in reforms th
north of morris late this afternoon -- touching down just off route 47 -- after an engine failure. the plane -- a bellanca viking -- is registered to patrick rhodes of colorado springs. the plane had arrived at washburn airport in morris, yesterday. the off-airport landing resulted in damage to the aircraft -- but all three passengers reportedly walked away without injury. the national transportation safety board will be on-site to investigate the cause of the unscheduled landing. a disturbing development in grundy county... some residents there report getting flyers promoting the activites of the ku klux klan. wgn's dan ponce reports. the flyers a started popping up over the last week... they do not know why they are targeting this small town >> 'wake up white america' is the title... thrown on the lawns... >> it was surprising to see that this would show up in a small community >> they discovered the letters a few days ago >> we're not interested in >> >> they have heard about the letters in nearby towns as well >> it does not really surprise me >> it refers to a phone nu
congresswoman kathy mcmorris rodgers is the highest ranking republican woman in the house. she joins us this morning. good morning. >> good morning. >> so given the lack of negotiations, i have to ask this question -- do republicans, would they rather have the sequester than any deal that raises taxes? >> we are very concerned about the impact of the sequester. this was president obama's idea back when we were negotiating raising the debt ceiling. the across-the-board cuts that disproportionately affect the military. the republicans almost 300 days ago put forward our plan to replace these cuts with smarter reforms, smarter cuts. there's a better way to do it. what we need is for the president to get off the campaign trail, quit talking about raising taxes, and actually deliver on his promise to cut spending. we're talking $85 billion. >> congresswoman, you say the president's got to stop campaigning and start negotiating. but if you look at the latest polls, it appears it's working. the public is going to blame your party, republicans. >> well, these cuts were the president's idea. we
, we have lots to -- guess who's on cnn. dick morris. looks like he's reinventing himself on cnn. now he's a moderate republican! [ ♪ magic wand ♪ ] >> all of that stuff, i said, don't believe any of it. >> stephanie: right. >> i'm being serious now though. trust me. >> stephanie: 25 minutes after the hour. rude pundit is next on "the stephanie miller show." going to do the young turks. i think the number one thing that viewers like about the young turks is that we're honest. they know that i'm not bs'ing them with some hidden agenda, actually supporting one party or the other. when the democrats are wrong, they know that i'm going to be the first one to call them out. they can question whether i'm right, but i think that the audience gets that this guy, to the best of his ability, is trying to look out for us. surprise -- your house was built on an ancient burial ground. [ ghosts moaning ] surprise -- your car needs a new transmission. [ coyote howls ] how about no more surprises? now you can get all the online trading tools you need without any surprise fees. ♪
of the catholic church as well. bill: father morris referred to this. in the speech he gave earlier today at one point he said, among you is also the future pope whom i promise my unconditional refe reverence and obedience. now he will remain hidden from the world. martha: remarkable. thanks for being with us, everybody. we will see you right back here now. "happening now" carries on this coverage of the pope as he leaves the vatican today. jon: bill and martha, thank you. pope benedict the xvi officially resigning today. it's about three hours away. good morning i'm jon scott. jenna: hi, everybody i'm jenna lee live in our admonition's capitol today witnessing history right now along with you. we are glad that you're with us. the pontiff leading the vatican for the last time as pope today. he's about to fly by helicopter to cas castle began r-frplt he will bless the well wishers gathering there awaiting his arrival. the pope's retirement taking effect in a few hours. before leaving the vatican he delivered his tphaoeupbl greetings to the cardinals urging them to work in unity and promising unco
to has the morris ford lynching. insurance man, 1946. silos you might not be here april. ain't none of us never promise said tomorrow. if you died you would need a will. that way you control your nickel when you are gone. get your ducks in a row you might not be here come april. yeah, your policy is up-to-date and we will pay say if you lose an arm at the elbow at the mill. if you died you need a will. double pay for accidental deaths we have you down. your wife will not need to borrowo. you might not be here come april. being alive is enough to get you killed. do you hear about the folks in monroe? if they hang you from a tree you need a will. your folks won't have to worry about a meal with this insurance when that day of sorrow come. silos you might not be here april. if you died right sudden you'd need a will. >> this next is titled no one's real high button. >> beat, beat, beats here the sound of the train on the georgia road the claps of wheels at the gaps of the joints of the rails the beat of the hammer on iron andan vil at the smithing. shaping shoes for mules and horses and th
former vice president al gore to philip morris, to the national geographic society, and he is listed in the 2011 edition of the best lawyers in america. his cross-examination of an expert witness in bush vs. gore made the front page of "the new york times." he has a framed in his office. he was the youngest attorney and first hispanic to serve as president of the florida bar. he was chair of the ethics commission and served on the orange board committee. in the aba, he has been a florida state delegate, chair of the house of delegates, our policy-making body, served on the board of governors, and is a fellow of the american bar foundation. as the aba president, he has led national effort to protect state courts, improve civics education, and fight cuts to legal aid funding. it is his mission to make equal justice under law a vibrant living reality for everyone, not just four words carved on the facade of the supreme court building in washington. mr. zack is a passionate and tireless advocate for liberty and justice for all. as he wrote in a letter in today's "daily journal," "that is
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